Aston Tuban Inn Bali
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsAston Tuban Inn Bali Kuta
the service was good.. and not too expensive for stay there..
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... and we were ready for the water. We started by him positioning me and pushing me into a wave as it came and progressed to me paddling into the wave, to eventually turning round and positioning myself, waiting for the wave and paddling into it. It was loads of fun and although there were a few Kodak moments where I went head first generally I was pretty good if I do say so myself. After an hour or so rest I went in to practice as I'd been allowed to keep the board for the day. I ...
... his moped. Nat then went on to tell him about fake tan and sunbeds...he couldn't believe it! He had the same phone as Nat, he was so excited, his was new, but we didn't have the heart to tell him ours was about 10 years old and only for the purpose of travelling. From there we ate at Sunset beach, watching the sky turn from pink to black. Then we headed back on our moped to our lovely coconut hut! We woke up with heavy hearts- Nusa Lembongan had been our favourite place so far. ...
... this, I had a blast, thanks again!
I have to admit that this place, had little to offer, the beach isn't that great and I only used it as a place to have an English lesson with Wijaya, only really staying there for a couple of hours, on the plus side, competition keeps prices down and a lot of Hawkers setup food stalls here, but after 5pm if you want to head anywhere else you need a motorbike or to hire a taxi, so 170,000 rupiah lighter I found ...
... needs of the disabled, wheelchair ramps and van lifts are non-existent and almost half of the disabled children in Indonesia never go to any school. http://www.yamp.com/kupukupu.old/index. htm The shop was being managed by a young lady called Kadek, who happily showed us some of her paintings. We were thrilled to be able to support this wonderful cause by buying one of her small paintings of Rama and Sita, and she was more than happy to pose for a photograph for our blog. We ...
... fields which lots of tourists go to see. We arrived at our next temple, Gunung Kawi which was surrounded by greenery and water which was nice. We spent another good half hour walking around before heading back to our driver to head to our next destination. We arrived shortly after at the nearby Pura Tirta Empul, unfortunately we couldn't access most areas of this temple and it also started to rain as we arrived. Luckily our driver had brought two umbrellas with ...